Artificial Intelligence: Theory and Practice
Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, 1995 - Computers - 563 pages
This book provides a detailed understanding of the broad issues in artificial intelligence and a survey of current AI technology. The author delivers broad coverage of innovative representational techniques, including neural networks, image processing and probabilistic reasoning, alongside the traditional methods of symbolic reasoning. The work is intended for students in artificial intelligence, researchers and LISP programmers.
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